The NIRON Beta system has been installed for the air-conditioning system of Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. Eden Theological Seminary is a graduate school preparing women and men for ordained Christian ministry. Eden offers a variety of accredited degree and non-degree programs suited to the Christian community. Eden Theological Seminary was established in the summer of 1850 in Marthasville, Missouri, to fit the needs of frontier churches. These Evangelical congregations required better-educated pastors, who were less focused on European traditions and more suited to North American religious life. A Methodist and Mennonite joined six Evangelicals to form the very first graduating class of Eden. To fit the growing urbanization of the country, Eden moved to the outskirts of St. Louis in 1883. The Seminary’s first African American student enrolled in 1933, and the next year Eden merged with Central Theological Seminary and Oakwood Institute of Cincinnati, Ohio, which lead to the formation of the United Church of Christ in 1957. The NIRON Beta range ensures high mechanical resistance and duration, even at high temperatures and pressures. NIRON Beta has become a recognized and trustworthy product range and has already been installed in various schools and colleges where safety and efficiency are of primary importance. Here are just some examples: Dixon High School in Dixon (IL), Edison Middle School in Janesville (WI), Sartell High School in Sartell (MN), Seminole State College in Sanford (FL), East Carolina University in Greenville (NC), Apollo High School in Saint Cloud (MN), Phillips Academy in Andover (PA), Sherwood Forest Elementary School and Paul Habans Charter School in New Orleans (LA).